Notes for Change

One weekend changed my life. In the summer of 2016, I attended a retreat in Utah organized by Becky Andrews for women living with blindness. The time I spent with my peers and the discussions we shared allowed me to realize I wasn’t alone. There would always be a way forward, together.  Becky maintained her…

Agents of Change

Hey Everyone, I’m going to be straightforward. Last month, I started working on a project I care about deeply. And I’m going to need your help for it to be effective. At times it’s hard to speak up and ask for things, but we can’t do it all alone. Remember that therapeutic retreat for women…

Self Reflections

Every week, it seems like I read about a celebrity who died and I think, hmmm I thought they died years ago. Other times someone dies, and I didn’t realize they were that old or sick and it makes me sad. It’s not like I knew them, but I’ve heard so much about them, so…

Kaleidoscope Essay

In 2012, Stockton and I took an adventure. I wrote about it, but felt it was too long for a typical post here on Adventures in Low Vision. I formed it into an essay. I submitted it for publication. After rejection, I edited and resubmitted. I kept at it. Last year, I received a new…

Quick Q&A | Joy and Jenelle from DoubleVisionBlog

This is the final post of the Quick Q&A series. I hope you enjoyed all of the other interviews. This one I saved for last because it features both sisters, Joy and Jenelle, who write DoubleVisionBlog. Don’t miss the extra item after the interview… Q: Name/Region. Jenelle Landgraf, Washington State. Joy.   Q: Describe your visual…